Juvenile Law Center

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Katy Otto
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215-625-0551 ext. 128

Access to Counsel|Youth Fostering Change|Child Welfare and Foster Care|Youth Engagement Programs

October 11, 2017

Foster Youth Deserve the Right to Speak for Themselves in Court

Shanice Holmes, The Chronicle of Social Change

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

October 08, 2017

Into the wilderness: Secretive South Carolina camps come under scrutiny following teen's death

Jennifer Berry Hawes, Glenn Smith, The Post and Courier

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Cost of Justice|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

October 03, 2017

#25 Juvenile Court Fees Punish Children for Their Families’ Poverty

Raquel Guerror, Diana Grant, www.radiofree.org

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Child Welfare and Foster Care

October 02, 2017

Proving I Exist: Strategies for Assisting Youth in Obtaining Identification Documents

Laura Kolb, Jennifer Pokempner, ABA Children's Rights Litigation

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

September 29, 2017

As Wisconsin counties close juvenile facilities, Portage County takes their offenders

Chris Mueller, Stevens Point Journal

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Access to Healthcare|Child Welfare and Foster Care

September 24, 2017

Health care repeal would hurt Alaska youth

Susan V. Mangold, Amanda Metivier, Juneau Empire

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Child Welfare and Foster Care

September 21, 2017

We need to better serve abused and neglected children in Pennsylvania

The LNP Editorial Board

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

September 21, 2017

New Study Finds That LGBTQ Youths and Youths With Disabilities Suffer Most Under Solitary Confinement

Angela Helm, The Root

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

September 16, 2017

Federal judge grants class action status to inmates at youth prison

Molly Beck, Wisconsin State Journal

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Access to Counsel|Child Welfare and Foster Care

September 11, 2017

A Child's Voice Will Be Heard in Parental Termination Hearing

Kathleen Creamer 
and John Pollock, The Legal Intelligencer

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